Job Opening: Communications & Marketing Coordinator (Part-Time, Temporary)
Promise the Children is seeking a part-time Communications and Marketing Coordinator beginning April 1, 2020. This temporary role will continue throughout the summer and end just before Labor Day on September 4, 2020.
Title: Communications & Marketing Coordinator (Part-Time, Temporary)
Duration: 6 months | Beginning March 30, 2020 – September 4, 2020
Location: Greater Lynn Area / Nahant, MA | Majority of work can be done from home
Hours: 5 hours per week
Pay Rate: $20 per hour / $400 per month
Application Deadline: March 20, 2020
Qualifications: Fluent in English. Proof of experience with social media and the ability to post successfully on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook. Knowledge of WordPress and Mailchimp email marketing campaigns. Excellent writing skills and the ability to write on behalf of the challenges facing today’s children, parents and teachers. Experience with public relations, graphic design and/or fundraising helpful.
Responsibilities: Run all social media accounts for Promise the Children. Post weekly on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook. Write, design and launch a monthly email campaign asking for action on issues related to problems faced by today’s children. Generate publicity for an annual summer service project and fundraiser. Must be familiar with WordPress, Mailchimp and Social Media. Must be available at first for for bi-weekly meetings with Promise the Children President (either in-person or online), followed by monthly meetings (either in-person or online) once a working rhythm has been established.
About: Promise The Children is a nonprofit advocacy organization urging volunteers to take action in support of children. Promise began by serving Massachusetts children and became a national organization as well as a local advocacy organization via social media. Public Policies that Promise The Children support include: Medicaid, CHIP, Food Stamps, School Lunch, Childcare for All, Early Childhood Education, Gun Safety, Criminal Justice Reform and more.
In order to be locally relevant, Promise the Children Board Members and friends decide on an annual local fundraising effort. For two years we have raised funds for the Lynn nonprofit The REAL Program which offers after-school and summer camp literacy enrichment for public school students in Lynn. The Communications & Marketing Coordinator also handles the publicity for the annual Promise the Children summer fundraiser.
To Apply: To apply for this position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and a short statement of how your experience relates to this role and to our organization. Please also provide examples of your work with email campaigns and social media.